Tag Archives: plants

In the garden

Such a lot is happening in the garden at the moment.  We had a few very hot days, which meant watering time, which gives me a chance to look a bit more closely at what’s going on with various plants. … Continue reading

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Visiting Ma Kettle

Earlier this week The Golfer and I headed north to visit Ma Kettle.  It’s been a long time since we’ve visited and even though we talk daily on the phone, it’s not the same.  Besides I needed a Ma hug … Continue reading

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In the garden

In amongst the continuing-with-Winter-weather Spring, we’ve had a couple of glorious days.  The plants in the garden are defying the grey cloud, cold and rain; they know it’s supposed to be Spring. I planted the sweet peas early and they’re … Continue reading

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Here and now | July 2017

Winter is definitely here; it’s been cold and cloudy, but we’ve also had cold and brilliant clear sunny days too.  Loving it! Loving //  My cleaned up sewing room – so conducive to creating Eating //  Home made pasta and … Continue reading

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In the botanical gardens

After our trip to the BWM, we decided we needed a walk, and Ma suggested the recently revamped Bendigo Botanical Gardens.  (I didn’t have my camera so these were all taken on my phone.) Dusk was beginning to fall, shadows … Continue reading

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In the garden

Ma Kettle has been visiting and I took advantage of her help on Monday making her slave away.  First we visited the nursery and bought up on plants and potting mix.  We then donned our “gardening clothes” and set to. … Continue reading

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In the garden

It’s just the very beginning of Autumn, but our Claret Ash is shedding it’s leaves even before they’ve turned colour, showering the deck and covering the lawn. I’m always amazed at how the tree fern fronds unfold and at how … Continue reading

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